MayfieldVet East Sussex

MayfieldVet East Sussex is a friendly small animal veterinary practice located in East Sussex. The Practice has changed a great deal since our first veterinary surgeon and director Samantha Coe opened the practice in Mayfield in 2008.

Over the years Mayfield Vet has developed a great team and contributed to starting several vet nurse’s careers. We also enjoy training and developing the skills of veterinary students and recent graduates.

Michael Coe has provided my business with HR & Training Services since 2014.

Michael’s work is thorough and professional. He has guided the management team through a range of employment law concerns over the years.

He is focused on avoiding problems in the first place, so he puts in procedures to ensure the smooth running of the HR aspect of the business.

When problems do arise he has always been helpful and professional.

He has also provided many training sessions for us and it is always fun and memorable.

I would recommend Michael’s HR and employment law services to any business.

Samantha Coe BVetMed, MRCVS

All Pets Vet care – Award Winning Practice

All Pets Vet care based in Milford Haven, Wales, achieved an amazing Gold Investors in people Award.

Investors in People exists to help individuals and teams to be the very best they can, because good people make great businesses. By making the most of people in businesses it will enable people to drive every business forward and to create a brighter business future for everyone.

There are 4 Levels: standard, bronze, silver and gold. All Pets Vet care achieved Gold investors in People which is very unusual as they went straight to Gold. Even their assessor said that this was unusual!

Dimension Eighty Eight® offered outsourced training services to the whole practice team from Start –Up.

Inspiring the Future for Schools

Michael Coe from Dimension Eighty Eight® is a Volunteer with Inspiring the Future for Schools. Inspiring the Future for Schools believes that every young person can be what they want to be. The aim of Inspiring the future is to give young people the opportunity to meet face to face a wide range of role models doing interesting, exciting jobs to inspire them.

As a Volunteer Michael Coe has given lectures to A Level Business Students in Ipswich and attended a careers day at a Primary school in Haverhill, Suffolk.

Michael Coe said : ‘It is important to inspire the next generation of young people and to give them the skills required for studying and job search, such as writing CV’s or attending Job Interviews.’